Know these signs of dehydration so you can up your water intake.
- Chronic fatigue syndrome
- Yellow or strong odor urine
- Impaired Memory
- Concentration issues
- Dry mouth
- Cracking lips
- Dry eyes
- Urinary tract infection
- Inability to lose weight
According to the Mayo Clinic, eight 8-ounce glasses of water (64 oz. total) each day is a reasonable goal to attain, but you must consider environmental factors, overall health, and activity level. To stay hydrated, make water your beverage of choice; drink water before, during, and after exercise; and drink water when you feel hungry as thirst is often confused with hunger.
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